History VisualNovel / Tsukihime

20th Dec '16 7:38:22 AM Mackus
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* MayflyDecemberRomance: Implied in Arcueid's good ending. [[spoiler:Arcueid chooses to stay awake so she can be with Shiki, but FridgeLogic reduces the goodness of this ending, as Shiki is very mortal whereas Arcueid is a deathless vampire. Arcueid can't fix this through the obvious means, as it would make Shiki into a Dead Apostle, which essentially amounts to making him into another Nrvnqsr.]]

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* MayflyDecemberRomance: Implied in Arcueid's good ending. [[spoiler:Arcueid chooses to stay awake so she can be with Shiki, but FridgeLogic reduces the goodness of this ending, as Shiki is very mortal whereas Arcueid is a deathless vampire. Arcueid can't fix this through the obvious means, as it would make Shiki into a Dead Apostle, which essentially amounts to making him into another Nrvnqsr.]]Apostle]].



** Akiha catches him off-guard in her room and glares him away.

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** Akiha catches him off-guard in her room and glares him away. Though Shiki silently notices she's uncharacteristically amused by his mischief.
26th Nov '16 6:10:25 PM SpaceDrake
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Tsukihime (Moon Princess) is the story that put Type Moon and [[Franchise/{{Nasuverse}} Kinoko Nasu]] on the map. One of the company's first major projects, it set the foundations for its budding universe and helped lead to the massive company juggernaut we know today.

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Tsukihime (Moon Princess) is the story that put Type Moon Type-Moon and [[Franchise/{{Nasuverse}} Kinoko Nasu]] on the map. One of the nascent company's first major projects, projects (on initial release, it was still a ''doujin circle'', not a company, and the original release debuted at Comiket!), it set the foundations for its Type-Moon's budding universe and helped lead to the massive company franchise juggernaut we know today.
6th Nov '16 12:38:02 AM lalaTKG
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* OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent: Provides the pagequote. Hey, at least ''he's'' completely human.

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* OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent: Provides Used to provide the pagequote. Hey, at least ''he's'' completely human.
27th Sep '16 10:35:41 AM Monolaf317
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* BonusMaterial
** Once you've cleared all the routes (and "Eclipse") in the game, it seems like there's nothing more to do... [[spoiler:but click the topmost Kanji for the [[DeveloperRoom Mirror Moon Staff Room]], the thin bar for a series of gags, and the words "TYPE-MOON" along the bottom for more gags.]]
** Kagetsu Tohya also has 10 short stories, which are unlockable through doing certain actions during the game. Three of these are non canon, but the others are used for world building including one that is actually the epilogue to Akiha's better ending.
7th Aug '16 6:40:21 AM Nouct
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A remake was announced in April 2008, reportedly finally containing the Satsuki Yumizuka/Sacchin route, one of the running jokes of the franchise. Said remake has no current release date. The ending to the manga (and the DVDCommentary to the second episode of Anime/CarnivalPhantasm) also add official secondary confirmation that the remake is in the works.

An issue of the magazine Type Moon Ace (vol. 8, Dec. 2012) has revealed new pieces of info regarding the [[UpdatedRerelease upcoming remake]], mainly the new [[https://yande.re/post/show/234100 character]] [[https://yande.re/post/show/234101 designs]].

Another issue of Type Moon Ace (vol. 10, June 2015) had more information, showing the redesigns of Shiki and Arihiko, introducing a new character named Noel, a teacher at the school, info on the direction they're taking with the plot such as the shift to a metropolitan setting and several changes to characters, the new background art and more artwork of all the heroines.

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A remake was announced in April 2008, reportedly finally containing the Satsuki Yumizuka/Sacchin route, one of the running jokes of the franchise. Said remake has no current release date. The ending to the manga (and the DVDCommentary to the second episode of Anime/CarnivalPhantasm) also add added official secondary confirmation that the remake is in the works.

An issue of the magazine Type Moon Ace (vol. 8, Dec. 2012) has had revealed new pieces of info regarding the [[UpdatedRerelease upcoming remake]], mainly the new [[https://yande.re/post/show/234100 character]] [[https://yande.re/post/show/234101 designs]].

Another issue of Type Moon Ace (vol. 10, June 2015) had more information, showing the redesigns of Shiki [[https://yande.re/post/show/324449 Shiki]] and Arihiko, [[https://yande.re/post/show/324455 Arihiko]], introducing a new character named [[https://yande.re/post/show/324454 Noel, a teacher at the school, school]], info on the direction they're taking with the plot such as the shift to a metropolitan setting and several changes to characters, the new background art and more artwork of all the heroines.
14th Jul '16 4:51:55 PM Nouct
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* {{Badass}}
** '''You do NOT fuck with Shiki.'''
** Hell, just name a character. Most likely that character does something incredibly badass at some point in the Tsukihime-Kagetsu Tohya-VideoGame/{{Melty Blood}} timeline. Not even [[HopelessSuitor Satsuki]] is immune. Hell, even ''[[ThoseTwoGuys Arihiko]]'' arguably manages this in ''Kagetsu Tohya''.
7th Jul '16 10:49:50 AM Willbyr
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* ShoutOut: There are several references to ''VideoGame/GunparadeMarch'' [[note]]the heroine of that anime is mentioned in one of the concept arts for Sacchin in the Plus Disc[[/note]] and to {{Hajime no Ippo}} in the comedy fight between Ciel and Arcueid in Kagetsu Tohya.

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* ShoutOut: There are several references to ''VideoGame/GunparadeMarch'' [[note]]the heroine of that anime is mentioned in one of the concept arts for Sacchin in the Plus Disc[[/note]] and to {{Hajime no Ippo}} ''Manga/HajimeNoIppo'' in the comedy fight between Ciel and Arcueid in Kagetsu Tohya.
7th Jun '16 4:37:03 AM Eyeshield
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Tsukihime (Moon Princess) is the story that put Type Moon and [[Franchise/{{Nasuverse}} Kinoko Nasu]] on the map. One of the company's first major projects, it set the foundations for its budding universe and helped lead to the massive company juggernaut we know today.
8th Apr '16 7:46:36 PM tatsuya_suou
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** In the manga, [[spoiler: "I'm Tohno Shiki."]]

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** In the manga, [[spoiler: "I'm Tohno Shiki."]]
8th Apr '16 6:46:03 AM tatsuya_suou
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**In the manga, [[spoiler: "I'm Tohno Shiki."]]
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